Easy. Inexpensive. Quick. Ⓥegan.
Slight oil before Mushroom and Daiya were panfried//infused in togetherness.
Bread, Spinach and Arugula were toasted together, lightly.
A FatBike was ridden.
A Beer was enjoyed.
An Organic Seltzer brought refreshment.
I’m constantly against the microwave.
However, the easiness of this microwave/prepping of corn outweighs my microwave disgust. Corn in the husks were microwaved. The base of the corn was cut off. The ears of corn were squeezed out cleanly.
Seasoned with Sea Salt, Pepper and Chipotle powder. Earth Balance ‘butter’ completed this unbeatable side.
An adaptation of my previous post, Ⓥeggie Roll, was easily constructed into a pleasant Breakfast Roll… Ⓥegan-style. And to use remaining inventory in the kitchen.
Just Egg ‘egg’, Field Roast Chao ‘cheese’ and capers were mixed. Corn Starch was almost added, but was not felt needed.
Dough was seasoned with Jalapeño Salt from New Mexico:) and Organic Garlic Powder from Arizona before adding a Ⓥ Protein concoction.
The Ⓥ Protein concoction consisted of Ⓥ Crumbles, Black Eyed Pees, Corn, Peppers, etc…
(The Protein concoction was spontaneous and leftovers)
Remaining Daiya slices were added along with Onion & Tomato slices. To finish this hefty loaf, the Just Egg/’cheese’/Caper mixture was added and finished with Spinach.
Folded with slits, this Vegan Roll was baked turning once and topped with Earth Balance ‘butter’.
Russian Circles Dressing is essential to this unique Slaw.
Named after a band – named after a hockey drill, this dressing is different. In a great way. I’m not sure if ‘ketchup’ has ever been blogged as an ingredient in my hundreds of postings. The Russian Circles Dressing was created for a Ⓥ Reuben concept.
Ⓥ Reuben Sandwich
Utilized until gone, the foodie in me used what sounded good, inside of my mind with the dressing and with inventory efficiency. Cabbage, Radish, Cucumber, Capers, Onion/Celery/Carrot medley, Garlic, Seitan and Pepper were combined and confined to itself with the Russian Circles Dressing.
The Russian Circles Dressing was a pleasantly mixed batch of Vegenaise, Chipotle seasoning, Soy Sauce, SeaSalt/Pepper, Onion & Garlic Powder, Sugar, Soybean Paste and Horseradish:) And homemade Seitan, in my eyes, added the final touch to this post.